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The Summer Breeze Ride for Autism

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The Summer Breeze Ride for Autism

Time: July 17, 2016 from 6am to 12pm
Location: Polson Middle School, Madison, CT
Street: 302 Green Hill Road,
City/Town: Madison, CT 06443
Website or Map: http://www.sarahfoundation.or…
Phone: 203-453-6531
Event Type: bike, ride
Organized By: Yetta Augur
Latest Activity: Jul 15, 2016

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 On Sunday, July 17, 2016, the Summer Breeze Ride for Autism was held at Polson Middle School in Madison, CT. Come join us for Connecticut shoreline's best ride. Cyclists of all abilities will ride 25, 50, 62, or 100 miles to help support SARAH FOUNDATION a family of agencies that provide programs and services for people with intellectual and other disabilities including Autism.

The Summer Breeze Ride for Autism is neighbors helping local families affected by autism or other intellectual challenges. It is a well supported ride on some of the nicest cycling roads in Connecticut. The ride is not just for Century athletes. Riders can choose distances of 15, 22, 50, 62 (100k) and 100 miles. So come and enjoy the ride. We will celebrate together with a nice meal and a DJ at the end of the ride.

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